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52 Reviews of 7 Eliasville, Texas Campgrounds

Deborah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 31, 2021

Lake mineral wells state Park Texas May, 2021

Lake mineral wells state park was great for biking, hiking, swimming and fishing. We had something fun for all 6 of us. My husband and I stayed in our tent, while rest of family stayed in their RV. It has been a very rainy month in Texas so some trails were closed. The camp store was awesome.we…

  • beautiful sunset
  • bird sanctuary in the middle of the lake
  • roadrunner frequented our campsite
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Site58
Month of VisitJune
Jamey W.
Reviewed May. 26, 2021

Rock climbing and kayaking

LMWSP has tons of activities for the family. You can spend the day exploring and climbing the rock formations, bring climbing gear if you plan to get to the top. You can also spend your day on the water, swimming on the beach, fishing from a pier or exploring the shoreline by kayak. Primitive,…

Month of VisitDecember
CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 23, 2021

Wish we had stayed here

We didn't actually camp here. We were camped nearby at Possum Kingdom State Park and came here to check things out. The sites were large, wooded with privacy. Lots of cool trails. Lots of birds around the lake.

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Month of VisitFebruary
CThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 19, 2021

Bet it’s great in summer!

We stayed here January 26 -31, 2021 on the first stop of a 3 month escape from Northern Wisconsin winter. I’m guessing it’s great when it’s warm and you have a boat. It was always windy. Concessions store closed for remodeling. Construction on cabin near our site. Nice bathrooms, shower water not…

  • Watch out for raccoons !
Site2
Month of VisitFebruary
Spencer R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 10, 2021

Great Experience

We arrived around midnight. There was a warm breeze blowing. Big ants strolled nearby but are easily avoidable. The place is right on a lake. The restroom is close by. It was a great experience! Would stay again. We did not see any possums but did see a large female dear grazing.

Month of VisitJune
Brenda R.
Reviewed Apr. 18, 2021

Camping at Texas State Parks

I've camped at several Texas State Parks recently. They're very nice places to camp at. Restrooms are well kept. Some are free and can stay up to 14 days.

  • A flock of ducks 🦆 looking for food.
SiteRough Creek Park
Month of VisitMay
BThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 28, 2021

My favorite

One of my favorite Texas state parks. Ve RT y nice campground on a lake. But do NOT miss the penitentary. Cliffs forming a prison below used during the civil war. Amazing rock structure with rock climbers.

Ari A.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 28, 2021

Equestrian camp small but good location near fort

We stayed one night at the equestrian camp on our way through the area. We prefer leaving the equestrian spots for horse owners but it was the last one available in the park. Although, of the 5 sites in this loop, none of us had horses!

With only a couple of small pens and not much space, we…

  • That's Fort Richardson across the field.
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  • This is pretty much the entire site (E02)
JThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 18, 2021

Great campground on the lake

We so enjoyed our stay here! Right on the water and the campgrounds are spaced out enough that you are not right on top of each other. There is a convenience store on site that has most anything you need. There is also a Men’s and Women’s bathrooms with two shower stalls (in the women’s at least) -…

MThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 2, 2021

Out of season, quiet place to park

We stayed one night, in January, passing through TX. Easy on/off access to I-20. The park is clean, has full hookups, and is right on the river. Wasn't crowded because it was out of season for tubing, so it was quiet. Park felt safe and was a convenient place to spend the night. The people…

Daniel L.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 20, 2020

Great for hiking and climbing

Pretty accessible if you live in Tarrant County for day tripping. Covid restrictions keep us out on our first attempt to visit the park. Our second trip we made reservations for a day pass. We went to hike aloo g rocky cliff side of the lake. The hike is longer than you’d think and less interesting…

Mic R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 6, 2020

Nice location close to town

We enjoyed our seven-day stay, cell data was horrible, but the hiking trails were great, could mix-and-match these trails for very long walks, average or short.

People are riding their bikes or horseback riding. There is a little beach just past the entrance , also a little convenience store in…

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K
Reviewed Jul. 10, 2020

Hiking

Have not stayed overnight here yet due to covid19 restrictions. But day pass use and hiking. Trails are mostly easy, some are completely flat and paved. One trail was nice, moderate difficulty and unpaved. Lots of history here but nothing was open for self guided tours yet. Nice fishing hole in…

K
Reviewed Jul. 10, 2020

Great hiking trails

We have only used day passes for hiking here since covid19 restrictions took place. Very impressive trails and nice bathrooms. Easy lake access with boat ramp.

Mic R.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 10, 2020

Good lake park.

This is a nice little park for swimming doing a little tubing, not a hiking park, there’s a trail that’s about a mile and change long. It’s a big lake so if you have a boat you will truly enjoy it. I did not. So swimming and tubing is all I did in the water.The 2011 fire it’s not evident anymore,…

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